Tag Archives: migrants

Library revival creates pathways for new migrants

Australia’s public libraries are flourishing despite talk of their uncertain futures in a digital era. (20 September 2018) How important are libraries to Australians? Public Libraries Victoria Network (PLVN) needs to answer this exact question, as it calls for more community support and state funding to the sector. Network spokesman Chris Buckingham said greater state […]


NCKU launches its first human library on campus

(23 November 2015, Tainan, Taiwan)  A human library launched by National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), Tainan, Taiwan, provides booklovers in the university community a revolutionary library-going experience. The event will run until December 11. The theme of the human library is immigrant, with a special emphasis on Southeast Asian migrant workers. A total of 10 […]